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Progressive and driving trance/tech trance
Best known for:
Tune of the year:
Myk Bee 'Blue Harmony (Corderoy Remix)'
Gig of 2010:
Trance Energy Mainstage and ASOT 450
Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2010:
Best new club visited this year:
Guvernment (not new, but was to me!)
Favourite non-dance album of 2010:
Wouldn't even know
Essential three suitcase tour items:
iPhone, MacBook Pro, Aspirin
Which actor would play you in a film of your life:
Best thing about being a DJ:
Meeting new people and being able to visit my friends and family back in NY quite often
Best end-of-the-night tune:
Any real classic. Lately, a nice closer has been Ian Betts' rework of Iio 'Rapture'
This year Sean Tyas has been busying himself with the artform he was originally recognised for, and been tucking into some serious remixing projects. "It's been HEAVY!" He says. "I've done a ton of new remixes, and also new reworks for my DJ sets." In addition to this, he's remixed some of the top heavyweights, such as Tiësto, 4 Strings and Gareth Emery. He's also been hard at work in the studio perfecting his renowned 'Tyas Sound', and produced several new tracks, including 'Solo', 'Banshee' and 'Diverted'. With his ever-growing popularity around the world, Sean's Tytanium Sessions show and podcast have now become weekly, so it's more hectic than ever for the Switzerland-dwelling New Yorker. "Now the episodes are flying by, and I'm trying to make sure it's always as great as it can possibly be." But he's not just been behind his studio desk, as he's brought his unique driving grooves to stages all over the globe, including in The States (Guvernment, Electric Daisy Carnival, Webster Hall, Ruby Skye, Rain), Australia (five city Tytanium Sessions Tour), several trips to Russia, as well as performing in the main arena at huge favourites like Trance Energy 2010.